The largest Polish gas company will begin production in the Lviv region


Polish PGNiG intends to start developing hydrocarbons in the Lviv region in the third quarter of 2020.

This was announced by vice president of the board of directors of the company Robert Perkowski during the Ukrainian Energy Forum, reports Interfax-Ukraine.

“In the third quarter of 2020, we plan to begin development. The most important thing from you (from Ukraine – ed.) Is the clear rules of the game in this market,” he said.


As reported, in early December 2019, the Polish company PGNiG SA and the Ukrainian group of companies “ERU” signed an agreement on exploration and production of natural gas in the Lviv region.

PGNiG is Poland’s largest oil and gas company engaged in the development of gas and oil fields, production, storage and transportation of energy, as well as the construction and development of an oil and gas transportation network, gas export and import.


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